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  1. Developing Personal Safety Skills in Children with Disabilities

    Developing Personal Safety Skills in Children with Disabilities

    Freda Briggs

    Part I of this book provides the information needed for an understanding of personal safety skills, and the considerations peculiar to children with special needs. Possible approaches for their protection are introduced. Part II provides practical ideas for developing safety skills in children and young people with mild to severe disabilities. Learn More
    1995, 224pp
  2. Children with Language Impairments

    Children with Language Impairments

    An Introduction

    Morag L. Donaldson

    This book is an important summary of current awareness of language impairments in children. It is argued that approaches to intervention need to be geared to the strengths and weaknesses of the individual child and therefore that they must be closely integrated with thorough, ongoing assessment procedures. Learn More
    1995, 144pp
  3. Social Work and Assessment with Adolescents

    Social Work and Assessment with Adolescents

    Ruth Sinclair, Louise Garner and David Berridge

    This ebook illustrates the day to day work of providing social services to adolescents: it describes the context of that task, its complexities, it's limitations, some of its successes and failings. Learn More
    1995, Ebook, PDF, 334pp, CA$12.00
    ISBN: 9781907969119
  4. Invisible Victims

    Invisible Victims

    Crime and Abuse Against People with Learning Disabilities

    Christopher Williams

    Invisible Victims outlines the range and nature of crimes against people with learning difficulties, and the way the law does - or should - relate to these crimes. It discusses the sources of victimization and deals with prevention specifically from the perspective of learning disabilities. Learn More
    1995, 160pp
  5. Working with Offenders

    Working with Offenders

    Edited by Gill McIvor

    Significant changes have occurred in recent years in the nature and delivery of social work services to offenders and their families. Working with Offenders considers the implications for policy and practice of research which has focused upon a range of social work activities. Learn More
    1995, 240pp
  6. Good Practice in Risk Assessment and Management 1

    Good Practice in Risk Assessment and Management 1

    Edited by Jacki Pritchard and Hazel Kemshall

    This book provides a complete guide to good practice for those involved in risk assessment and management.. With its strong emphasis on practice, the book examines the key issues and methods of risk measurement, predictability and management, drawing upon the experience of the contributors in a wide variety of social care settings. Learn More
    1995, 224pp
  7. Children's Rights and Participation in Residential Care

    Children's Rights and Participation in Residential Care

    Carolyne Willow

    Arising from a two-year NCB project, this informative book charts the role of young people in developing and improving residential services and provides a comprehensive summary of research into young people's experiences. Learn More
    1996, Ebook, PDF, 130pp, CA$12.00
    ISBN: 9781905818600
  8. Reviewing Care Management for Older People

    Reviewing Care Management for Older People

    Edited by Judith Phillips and Bridget Penhale

    This book discusses the development and implementation of several models of care management. Drawing together research to highlight the successes and the difficulties of translating the principles of care management into practice, it examines this subject with particular reference to: empowerment; needs-led assessment; and multi-disciplinary work. Learn More
    1996, 250pp
  9. Boring Records?

    Boring Records?

    Communication, Speech and Writing in Social Work

    Katie Prince

    Boring Records? is a practical and eye-opening investigation into the central role of record keeping. Using the first-hand impressions and comments of parents, children and clinical social workers, the author demonstrates the centrality of the work of record keeping for social work practitioners. Learn More
    1996, 224pp
  10. Hearing the Voice of People with Dementia

    Hearing the Voice of People with Dementia

    Opportunities and Obstacles

    Malcolm Goldsmith

    Written for all those concerned with providing services for people with dementia and their families, this book explores the idea that communication is not only possible but also vital to the understanding and the development of services. The book is based on a series of interviews with sufferers and professionals working in the field. Learn More
    1996, 192pp

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